Agents of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Adamawa State may have boycotted the ongoing supplementary governorship election in Adamawa State organised by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC),
This follows the absence of APC agents at all the polling units visited.
However, the supplementary poll has been hitch-free so far.
Ahmed Lawan, the APC state Organising Secretary, had issued a threat to boycott the elections on Wednesday, saying the party had rejected Thursday as the day for the supplementary election.
He was, however, countered in the evening by Mohammed Abdullahi, the Publicity Secretary, who confirmed that "APC would take part in the governorship supplementary election".
However, no APC agent was sighted in most of the polling units visited in Yola South, Numan, Lamurde and Girei Local Government Areas (LGAs) by our correspondent.
At PU 008 Mustapha Primary School, Bako Ward, Yola South, an APC agent showed up, but quickly left the place, after receiving a phone call.
Meanwhile, there is voter apathy everywhere.